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Sunday, October 30 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Technocostuming

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Beyond sewing and hot glue guns, there’s an entire field of costuming involving LED lights and other technical wizardry. Come hear how these can add to your costume and presentation.

Moderators
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Becca Lee

Becca Lee has been a fixture at MileHiCon since the tail end of the Reagan administration. Currently nose-deep in research for a book on Edwardian women's clothing and social history, she now knows more about the Belle Epoque than she thought possible, and will expound upon it at the drop of a daintily-trimmed hat. Other interests include art, books, needlework, costuming, cooking, science, and music; in short, well-rounded nerddom. She also goes... Read More →

Participants
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Charles Orndorff

Charles and Tauni Orndorff are Colorado natives who started creating costumes for Halloween shortly after getting married. They have been costuming for nearly two decades and have participated in several contests including MileHiCon, Opus, Starfest and World Con (Denvention), and Bubonicon in New Mexico.  They have been awarded best in show in a few of these venues as well as other awards.  Most recently awarded Best In Show Workmanship... Read More →
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Kory Denmark

Kory Denmark and wife Evangeline are a team when it comes to cosplay. She writes steampunk fiction and dreams up gadgets, but as an engineer and artist, he can actually craft them.
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Megan Bethards

Meghan Bethards has over a decade of experience in costume conception and creation. From the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) recreating historic garb she moved on to any fandom that sat still long enough for her to get at it—comics, animation, video games, and literary sources. You've probably seen her running around in something unusual—why come to a convention in conventional clothing? She believes anyone can create the... Read More →
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Tauni Orndorff

Charles and Tauni Orndorff are Colorado natives who started creating costumes for Halloween shortly after getting married. They have been costuming for nearly two decades and have participated in several contests including MileHiCon, Opus, Starfest and World Con (Denvention), and Bubonicon in New Mexico.  They have been awarded best in show in a few of these venues as well as other awards.  Most recently awarded Best In Show Workmanship... Read More →


Sunday October 30, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am
Wind River B Ground Floor